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Pelvic Pain And Cervical Cancer
Yes, in some women: Abnormal vaginal bleeding is the most common sign of endometrial cancer. Any persistent pelvic or back pain should be thoroughly investigated, and a visit to a gynecologist may be indicated. There are many potential causes for pain in the pelvis and/or back. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
Back pain&ovarianCA: Ovarian ca is the silent ca. It is hard to diagnosis and it can be easily confused with other problems. Symptoms are bloating, pelvic and back pain, frequent urination, difficulty eating, weight loss , which have been present for at least 6-12 months. The most common cause of frequency and back pain is a bladder infection...But pleas see your doctor and get checked out for both. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
3 months of brown vaginal discharge with abdomen and pelvic pain history of endometriosis could it be cancer?
Well,..: Never say never but a 3 month discharge should be investigated for causes such as your pre-existing diagnosis of endometriosis, fibroids, infection, etc. And cancer would be down farther on the list. Have the Discharge and pain evaluated and worked up with an examination and appropriate testing. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How can you describe excruciating leg pain in a cervical cancer. Does all leg pain is associated with cervical cancer?
Pressure in pelvic and bladder constant need to urinate with pain and side lower back pain.Can this be endometriosis ?No stones and 1 fibroid tumor.
Breast cancer and uterine cancer in my family. I have back/leg with ovarian volume at 49ml, 19mmthicken endomet wall. Constipation and pelvic pain?
Get tested.: I can't tell you what your doctor should do, but i would be aggressive with you. You didn't give enough info to say much. How old are you? You have a family history of breast &/or ovarian cancer: who are they? One side of the family or both. Have you had genetic testing? Talk to your doctor about these issues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually not: Testcular cancer may spread to the lymph nodes of the back but this is seldom painful. It seldom metastasizes to the bone. Your question is important and should be moot -- if there's a testicular mass it needs to be investigated, if a person has been treated for testicular cancer, low back pain isn't the normal way a recurrence presents. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thickening of cervix canal and abnormal Pap smear what could this indicate.? Also pelvic pain and nausea
Possible HPV infectn: Infection from HPV is the primary reasons women would experience an abnormal Pap smear. Pelvic pain can be due to many things, such as infection (gonorrhea, chlamydia), HPV infection, Pregnancy, PMS. I would image it was your primary care physician who told you about the abnormal pap. He or she would be the best guide in regards what your next step would be for treatment of the abnormal pap. ...Read more
Are prostate problems/ prostate cancer typically associated with rectal pain? Butthole aches/slight pain.
Not cancer: Prostate cancer is very rare in young men. In 30 years of oncology practice I have seen zero cases in men your age. Prostatitis, however, can occur in young men. The symptom is seldom in the anus per se, but more deep in the pelvis. The only way to know what your problem is, is to see a doctor. ...Read more
PAP test 1 year ok. Some back & side pain, stomach pain and hip pain. Dr examined cervix no redness or inflammation. Could it be cervical cancer?
Would seem unlikely: Failure rates of PAP smear are under 10%. This is why it is now a rare cancer. Would have to be cancer everywhere for pain to be everywhere and would be pretty obvious on any imaging study. cannot say in your particular case, not being there, but widespread pain is gnerally a reason for evaulations. ...Read more
Is post menopause bleeding and pelvic pain a sign of colon cancer? Endo cancer ruled out as biopsy clear.
Only in an: Indirect way. Pid is usually a clinical diagnosis of suspected painful infection in the parametrial (ovary/tubes) treated with antibiotics, presumed association with std equivalents. Cervix cancer is associated with multiple sexual partners, exposure and infection with a viral group called hpv's. Common link to both is sex, perhaps indiscriminate, multiple partners without safe sex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would be cause of constant deep pelvic pain, brown discharge and history of HPV in postmenopausal female?
See your doctor!: This sounds like some sort of internal infection, probably not related to HPV. However, if you have not been having pap smears over the years, cervical cancer could cause such symptoms. Other cancers also are possible. Whatever the cause of these symptoms, it is potentially serious. Please see your doctor as soon as you can get an appointment. ...Read more
Probably not: There are many causes for one-sided pelvic pain, and it depends on which side. Ovarian cysts, endometriosis, appendicitis, inflammatory bowel disease, urinary stones, pelvic infections, and even simple constipation can cause this. A healthcare provider needs to ask you more questions and examine you. Unless you have risk factors for ovarian cancer, it's low on my list of causes. So go in! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Read that bone pain is symptom of bladder cancer. Hip bone or pelvic bone pain? Have some other symptoms and bad pain in hip bone. related?
Depends: If you have not had cancer, pain is most likely not due to cancer. In particular if it is chronic. Other causes of pain are much more likely. ...Read more
Have abdominal pain, low back pain and nausea. Full spine MRI showed bilateral follicular ovarian cysts. Is this from that or can it be ovarian cancer?
Obgyn evaluation: Individual cases will need to be interpreted one on one. Follicular cysts are fairly common findings and although most cause no symptoms sometimes they can cause discomfort. Follicular cysts do not really look similar to ovarian cancer on MRI. You should ask the ordering physician to review the report with you and go over the specific findings. ...Read more
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